The State Government’s Sporting Club Grants Program is now open for applications.
Steeds wins last round thriller to claim the inaugural Victorian Blind Football League Best and Fairest.
AFL Victoria and the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) are thrilled to announce the expansion of the Towards Zero Club Grants program in 2020, which will see $1.3 Million invested directly into community football clubs right around the state.
Congratulations to the AFL Victoria Media Award winners for 2019.
Forty-three players from Victoria’s state league competitions were selected at the 2019 NAB AFL Draft and AFL Rookie Drafts across Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, making up 43 per cent of the total 99 players selected. An additional two players from Victoria’s state league competitions were picked as part of NGA selections.
AFL Victoria is pleased to announce the shortlisted nominations for the 2019 AFL Victoria Media Awards.
The highly successful Country Football and Netball Program has reached another milestone with its 500th project funded since 2005.
Community Football and Netball Clubs are set receive funding to improve the safety of community facilities thanks to the WorkSafe Club Safety Fund
An additional 18 Clubs across Country Victoria are set to receive AFL Victoria and WorkSafe funding, thanks to the WorkSafe Club Safety Fund.
To celebrate the contribution of the state’s best community coaches, volunteers and umpires, AFL Victoria brought together over 300 guests for the annual Community Football Awards.
The inaugural season of the Victorian Blind Football League saw the Grand Final played at Action Indoor Sports – Tullamarine on October 12th, 2019.